Plastic Man #9

Writer: Kyle Baker Artist: Kyle Baker Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: August 18, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1
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Plastic Man waves through a confusing muddle of interlocking storylines and wildly varying art styles to track down a villain who's messing with Plas's life and the entire DCU!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Aug 26, 2004

    The art plays a huge role in one's enjoyment of this issue as Kyle Baker has perfectly capture the visual chaos of Plastic Man's efforts to repair the time stream, and there's several priceless visuals to be found in this issue from the book's visit to the Ten Commandments with it's host of historical stowaways, to the one page shot of Abraham Lincoln taking down Woozy Winks. There's also an amusing display of facial expressions on display as one has to love Woozy's expression as his finger advances of the pretty button, or the series of panels where the horse reacts to the idea that it's got pieces of John Wilkes Booth's brain stuck to it's hoof. The big reveal of the true villain was also a cute visual, as it deftly presents the idea that plan made no sense whatsoever. Read Full Review

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